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The Return of the Anguish of Central Banking: Why the Fed and Inflation Go Hand in Hand

Central BanksThe FedInflation

Blog06/23/2022

The buzz in Washington is that the Fed is "fighting inflation." But this is like an arsonist fighting the fire he started.

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The Curious Case of Ilya Shapiro

Blog06/18/2022

The Beltway is no place for loyalty.

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The Great Crash of 2022

The FedInflationU.S. EconomyBusiness Cycles

Anyone who doubts whether we are in a recession can stop doubting. The Fed's reverse repos show that we're headed for a crash.

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The Fed Is Winging It: A 75 Basis Point Hike "Seemed like the Right Thing"

Money and Banking

Blog06/15/2022

When asked to quantify how a 75-point hike is better than a 50-point one, Powell had no answer. And will it work? Powell could only say "we'll know when we get there."

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The Great Reset: Turning Back the Clock on Civilization

AntipoliticsEconomic PolicyProgressivismSocialismThe Police State

Blog06/15/2022

The so-called Great Reset is an attempt by wealthy elites and their allies to control people's lives. Their schemes need to be both exposed and resisted.

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The Inverted Yield Curve and Recession

Booms and BustsCapital and Interest Theory

Blog06/13/2022

Economists have failed to explain the mechanism by which an inverted yield curve signals an impending recession. But the Misesian explanation of the business cycle quite easily explains the pattern we observe in interest rates.

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The Libertarian Party at Fifty Years

AntipoliticsDemocracyLibertarianismThe Police State

Blog06/13/2022

Economic libertarianism, with its sole focus on government budgets and taxation, is a highly limiting political strategy. Libertarians should proceed as enemies of the state.

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